Orthodox Easter is a puzzling affair for people outside the Orthodox Church. It’s a string of traditions and customs that start over a month before the actual Easter holiday.
Not only that, but usually it falls on a different day than Easter in the Western Christian Churches
To make things easier for you, we’ve put together a guide to help you navigate the process and bring you to Easter Sunday safe and sound
Our tours give you the opportunity to explore Romania without having to worry about mapping routes and connecting the dots. However, you might feel the need to wander around and discover its beauty at your own pace. That’s why I’m gonna give you some insights about driving and renting a car in Romania.
The first most important thing about Romanian food is: Romanians eat a lot of pork. Most of the traditional dishes are variations on how to best cook pork. The second most important thing is: portion size varies from big to huge.
The history of the Romanian traditional blouse begins in ancient times (5200-3200 BC), when the Cucuteni – Trypillian culture inhabited these parts of Europe. The Cucuteni people wore an ancient version of the traditional blouse, a simple T shape, made out of linen or hemp.
Romania is a country that raises many questions. Is it a country in Europe or in Eastern Europe? Or is it a country at all? Is there anything to do or see there and which are the biggest cities in Romania? We’ve selected the internet’s most asked questions about Romania and answered them.